Novelist Titus Müller reads in library
22. Nov. 2021
The Friedensau Adventist University invited to a reading with Titus Müller for Friday, November 19, 2021, in the university library. On the occasion of the nationwide reading aloud day, Titus Müller read from his work "Staunen über das Glück im Unscheinbaren", which was published in 2020 by Bene!
Titus Müller was born in Leipzig in 1977. He studied literature, medieval history, journalism and communication sciences in Berlin. At the age of 21, he founded the literary magazine "Federwelt." Titus Müller lives with his family near Munich, is a member of the PEN Club, and has been awarded the C.S. Lewis Prize (2005), the Sir Walter Scott Prize (2008), and the Homer Prize (2016), among others, for his novels.
In his book, Astonishing Happiness in the Inconspicuous, Titus Müller conveys "the power of quiet tones, slowness, silence, and gratitude." Isn't it true that happiness is often found in the most inconspicuous things? In the marvelous beauty of a drop of dew reflecting the colors of the sky. In the roar of the sea that washes the waves to the shore? Titus Müller took the audience with him on a literary discovery of the small, great happiness. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uRwjooaFgTo